tsutton

Links messed up

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tsutton    2

I have noticed that some links that got hyperlinked automactilly are incorrect.

For example, see this thread

See the "homescreens" hyperlinked? Click it and it points you to 404.

The 'http://www.modaco.com/index.php?act=ST&f=1...62&st=0>HARD RESET' link has the incorrect HTML coding, it should have the [url ] tags and not the tags

I've seen it happening on many posts... can this be fixed?

Thanks,

EDIT Haha, the 'hómescreens' and 'hárd rest' text I posted above got conveted! As you can see, it didn't work. :)

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squall    0

interestingly [url wasnt working when me and awarner were looking at this last night.

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Not sure if this is related, but the RSS/XML feed for one of the Customisation forums is messed up - my RSSreader won't read the XML and if I look at the source in my browser I get the following error (which I hope the broken auto-hyperlinker doesn't fudge up even more :) )

A string literal was expected, but no opening quote character was found. Error processing resource 'http://www.modaco.com/s...

 

Orange Home hacked for http://www.modaco.com/viewtopic.php?t=714>http://www.modaco.com/viewtopic.php?t=714>plugins...

That's basically what I got back - I know that the XML stuff is a bit pernickety about having apostrophes embedded in it, but this doesn't seem to be the case here.....looks like another case of pooperlinks.... :(

BTW, feeds from the other forums I'm watching seem to be unaffected so far - will post an update if they get kicked outa whack anytime soon!

Mark.

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